Our glazers stamp their work, telling you a human hand brought the piece to life. Each mark declares pride-in-craft, and assists in quality control. Glazed, stamped, delivered.
Meet a few of our glazers, and look for their mark on your piece.
Glazer: Jorge Velasquez, 34 years at Heath
Jorge's mark is a check, which combines his first and last initial. Jorge's favorite piece to glaze is the Shallow Salad Bowl.
Shallow Salad Bowl
Perfect for serving salads, pastas, sides, main courses — you name it. It’s beautiful enough to stand alone as decoration, but can also be nested with the Large Serving Bowl, Vegetable Bowl, and Deep Serving Bowl. Together they make a truly wonderful gift. Expect lovely variation in our Moonstone and Redwood glazes.
Chai chose a diamond for its simplicity and legibility. His favorite piece to glaze is the Coupe cereal bowl.
One of two bowls available in our Coupe line, designed in the 1960s. Boasting the clean, simple lines that have become a hallmark of the iconic collection, it's the perfect complement to your Heath place setting. Use it for cereal and salad but don't stop there — we're sure you'll find a reason to use it every day.
Expect lovely variation in our Moonstone and Redwood glazes.
Gabriel's mark is a G. His favorite combination to glaze is Ruby Red/Suede Red, a limited glaze only available Nov 1-Feb each holiday season.
A glazer is like a painter. They have their own style. Glazing is a deceptively simple skill that each person approaches differently.
Glazer: Alex Corrin, 2 years at Heath's Clay Studio
Alex's mark is an A, and she enjoys glazing the new Clay Studio Small Pitcher.
Small Pitcher in Fog and Stillwater
Delightfully simple and straightforward the Small Pitcher features a cylindrical body, functional triangular spout and wiped edge. Matte throughout, a soft gradient of Fog and Stillwater shifts in twilight tones reminiscent of day’s transition into night. Originally created as a one of a kind design as part of the Design Series 2, the Small Pitcher is slip cast in small batches by Alex Corrin in our San Francisco Studio.